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This photo was taken in the career of Saint Leu d’Esserent.
Historically, complex career of Saint Leu d’Esserent had been established for the exploitation of limestone, but the Germans were rapidly overcome during the Second World War to make their largest assembly facility and storage of V1. This site became logically a preferred target for the Allies. Starting in spring 1944, the intensity of these bombing, allowed the allies to finish the German occupation of this region.
A portion of the career was later used as a mushroom.

The visit of a career groundwater was a first for me and allowed me to try light painting.

Thank you in advance for your comments.

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